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27th November 2023

https://martindalewindows.co.uk/As winter approaches, ensuring that your double glazed windows are in top-notch condition becomes paramount. These windows, known for their energy efficiency and insulation properties, play a crucial role in keeping your home warm and secure during the colder months. To avoid drafts, dampness, and potential mold issues, it’s essential…

18th March 2023

A shocking amount of global energy usage comes from our buildings, commercial and residential alike, which is costly for our wallets as well as our environment, especially with the rising energy prices. By aiming for increased energy efficiency, we reduce the energy consumed by your home, without sacrificing thermal comfort….

5th January 2023

A shocking amount of global energy usage comes from our buildings, commercial and residential alike, which is costly for our wallets as well as our environment, especially with the rising energy prices. By aiming for increased energy efficiency, we reduce the energy consumed by your home, without sacrificing thermal comfort….

21st November 2021

If there is anything we all want to keep safe and secure, there is arguably nothing more important than our families and our homes. A good security system is built of many multi-faceted layers, but the one we are going to focus on here is sturdy, durable windows. A high-quality…

21st November 2021

It seems as though autumn just arrived, and yet winter is waiting just around the corner with its usual baggage of harsh weather and bitter chill. Anyone in the UK is well familiar with the damage that winter wind, rain, and frost can inflict on our homes. Bigger problems with…

9th February 2021

Time and again we have heard complaints from bewildered homeowners regarding an unfortunate wintertime menace; moulding window features. Mould can seem to be part and parcel with consistently cold weather, but it doesn’t have to be. Mould occurs when condensation builds up on a surface and is left to nurture…

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